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  1. MacHoffman22

    Unknown Fossil Bone ID

    I found this specimen where I have found most of my others, near a cow pond off of Vermillion Lake about 16 miles from Sioux Falls. I am very curious as to what it might be true to it's smooth and refined shape.
  2. Barrelcactusaddict

    Dominican Amber (La Toca Fm., 20.43-13.65 Ma)

    From the album: Fossil Amber and Copal: Worldwide Localities

    4.7g piece of amber from the La Cumbre Mine, measuring (mm) 25x22x15. It has a couple marcasite inclusions: seen here is a protruding portion (one half remains inside the piece) that was perhaps a gas bubble, but later infiltrated with iron and sulfur in solution during burial, migrating via a fracture/microfracture; or it may be a permineralized organic/inorganic inclusion (shell, quartz pebble, etc.), which are documented in amber from the La Cumbre deposit, and is called "double fossilization": while this occurs in tiny grains of younger La Cumbre amber which were deposited after the older

    © Kaegen Lau

  3. Barrelcactusaddict

    Dominican Amber (La Toca Fm., 20.43-13.65 Ma)

    From the album: Fossil Amber and Copal: Worldwide Localities

    5.4g piece of amber from the La Cumbre Mine, measuring (mm) 28x24x18. It has a couple marcasite inclusions: visible here, is a protruding portion (one half remains inside the piece) that was perhaps a gas bubble, but later infiltrated with iron and sulfur in solution, via a natural fracture/microfracture; the other is a natural fracture viewable on the opposite side, infiltrated and completely coated by marcasite: the thin film that begins at the rough, unbroken exterior (underside of specimen in picture). There are dozens of visible dual-phase, countless single-phase, and at least two triple-

    © Kaegen Lau

  4. Barrelcactusaddict

    Dominican Amber (La Toca Fm., 20.43-13.65 Ma)

    From the album: Fossil Amber and Copal: Worldwide Localities

    Triple-phase inclusion and a few in-focus single and dual-phase inclusions nearby. The triple-phase bubble is a narrow chamber, possibly part of a methane termite (incomplete, heavily oxidized); there are two organic solids, the larger preventing the migration of the gas bubble. These inclusions are contained within the 5.4-4.7g specimen depicted in the four related photos. This image was captured using a Samsung WB35F while holding a BelOMO 10x loupe between the lens and specimen.

    © Kaegen Lau

  5. Barrelcactusaddict

    Dominican Amber (La Toca Fm., 20.43-13.65 Ma)

    From the album: Fossil Amber and Copal: Worldwide Localities

    Triple-phase inclusion (center right) and over twelve, viewable dual-phase inclusions nearby. The triple-phase bubble contains movable particulates, which are slightly visible here in the lower-half portion of the bubble. These inclusions are contained within the 5.4-4.7g specimen depicted in the four related photos. This crude image was captured using a Samsung WB35F while holding a BelOMO 10x loupe between the lens and specimen.

    © Kaegen Lau

  6. Barrelcactusaddict

    Dominican Amber (La Toca Fm., 20.43-13.65 Ma)

    From the album: Fossil Amber and Copal: Worldwide Localities

    4.7g piece of amber from the La Cumbre Mine, measuring (mm) 25x22x15. Seen at the base of the specimen is a natural fracture that was infiltrated and completely coated by marcasite during the resin's diagenesis, in a thin film that began at the previously rough, unbroken exterior (underside of specimen in picture). There are dozens of visible dual-phase, countless single-phase, and at least two triple-phase bubbles. These are easily seen in the other four related photos of the finished specimen. "Pyrite disease" is a major concern with this specimen; even with preservation in an airtight cont

    © Kaegen Lau

  7. Barrelcactusaddict

    Dominican Amber (La Toca Fm., 20.43-13.65 Ma)

    From the album: Fossil Amber and Copal: Worldwide Localities

    5.4g piece of amber from the La Cumbre Mine, measuring (mm) 28x24x18. Visible here, is a natural fracture that was infiltrated and completely coated by marcasite during the resin's diagenesis, in a thin film that begins at the rough, unbroken exterior (underside of specimen in picture). There are dozens of visible dual-phase, countless single-phase, and at least two triple-phase bubbles. These are easily seen in the other four related photos of the finished specimen. "Pyrite disease" is a major concern with this specimen; even with preservation in an airtight container, oxidation is still pos

    © Kaegen Lau

  8. So i found these fossils and im dying to know what they are! Can anyone help! I found them in smooth round stream river looking rocks(pic of the type rock im finding them inside included, thought it might help with id) that are lining are drainage ditch at a gas station. That first one resembles a hornets face so much! But as the rock its inside has seashell fossils inside it too thats probably highly unlikely. Ive been an avid gem collector and rock hound for a very long time. I know alot about crystals and minerals, plan to get my gemology degree from GIA eventually. But I know n
  9. invictusamor

    Indiana;

    Found on the side of the interstate near the land between the between the lakes
  10. DuarteDave

    Possible fossil find. Need ID

    Bottom is the size of a Kennedy Half Dollar. Found in a river bed of the Los Padres Nat'l forest in Southern California. Have found other fossils here in the past. Mostly clam shell fossils. Thanks! Dave
  11. Jurassicz1

    How to remove salt water

    So i got alot of fossils from sweden from the ocean altough i dont remember if its salt water or not. But if it is how do i remove it? heard that it slowly destroy the fossils from the inside what can i do? Im also going to put glue on one of the finds is that going to mess up when i clean the salt water?
  12. Jurassicz1

    Prepping And using water

    So i spray little bit of water on my fossils and scrub with a toothbrush. But sometimes these appear orange marks. Not sure if i just did not see them before. I prep under a normal ikea lamp. I have heard the sun can discolor fossils. My curtains cover the Windows in the room. The water really helps me see better detail. I just wanna be 100% safe
  13. I've got a pair of sandals that usually work great for creeks... but a couple of weeks ago I went to creek that was full of stones that continually worked inside my sandals. So, I would like another shoe that will keep stones out for use in creeks like that one. Anyone know of a good, not too expensive, water shoe for creek use that might fit the bill?
  14. Lee Taylor

    Fossil hunting tools

    I am always interested in hearing about (and seeing photos of) tools used for fossil hunting. I have used all sorts and I currently received a new device for underwater viewing. It is called a Bathyscope.
  15. MJordan4382

    Found Fossil

    I am new to the Fossil Forum! Hello!! My daughter and I were taking our daily walk near our home, which has a drainage reservoir nearby. We found this rock which at closer glance consisted of several fossil impressions. At first we thought it was a fish's fin but after some brief research I believe it may be some sort of Byrozoan. Can anyone help ID?
  16. Bonehunter

    Trace fossils or water residue?

    So- been starting to look for my first conodonts in black shale in the Kansas City area and I commonly see what appears to be mineral deposits left when water seeps through layers, then dries, but these are in winterset limestone (as best I can tell) and while they look similar, maybe these are trace fossils? thanks for taking a look! Bone
  17. I searched every body of water on Rockd to see any sedimentary deposits that are near me; there is nothing. Everything is metamorphic, but then I came across Lytle Creek. I wen't on the map on Rockd and checked and it said something about sediment deposits. The info was too confusing; I couldn't find any easier info.
  18. Northern Neck

    Waders ?

    Anyone have any they recommend? Something easy to slip on and flexible. Debating the hip waders or something simple to slip on over boots.
  19. Taylordesa

    No Idea Where to Start...

    My 5 year old found this near a river edge in Southern Ontario. Any ideas?
  20. BoneInRaro

    Bones Found in Ocean Cave

    Hey guys, I've found some bones and want to see if anyone is able to identify them for me. So while snorkeling off the coast of Rarotonga in the Cook Islands I found a spine of some sort. It was resting inside the opening of a cave. The length of spine that was visible to me was about half a metre maybe just over half a metre long. Each single vertebrae was about 20cm wide. Please view the photo provided. (Sorry I'm having trouble uploading the photo, I'm gonna try again in the morning..) Any help or input is greatly appreciated thank you
  21. Thomas

    Western NY fossil

    Hello! Back again with something I found while looking through my room. I can't remember exactly where I found it except that it was certainly in the Western portion of NYS. I most likely found it in a lake or river It's probably fairly simple to identify, but I don't know this stuff well myself or even what to search for online. Thanks for help!
  22. jackLindr

    Looks a bit like a finger

    First time I've found one of these. From Norway close to a place with a lot of trilobites, if that helps. There may be more of the fossil hidden in the rock, but I'm a bit scared about hammering around it. Any idea what it might be?
  23. jonplafoy

    Creek bed fossil

    I found this fossil a few weeks ago. It was in a creek bed that flows during the wet season but has pools in the dry. I know the creek has sandstone, but it also looks like it has limestone and possibly slate. There is also a lot of rocks containing rust. This fossil appears to be stained with it. I am located in Western Kentucky near Hopkinsville. One side looks like it is ribs. The other side is smooth and one part is unusually round. There are pockets that appear to be filled with sediment that has solidified into rock. I've added pictures from all sides and others
  24. lovec

    Fossil or pseudofossil ?

    Hallo forum, this was in the craggy field where the sea was once decomposing on the limestone subsoil. It reminds me of Hibolites hastatus. What is your opinion ?
  25. Hello! I am a new mineral enthusiast. I recently purchased an Ammonite. It appears to have water in it. I was wondering if this is a normal occurrence and how old the water might be? Looking forward to hearing everyone’s opinion! Thank you for your time FC408BAE-F931-4BC0-B055-95F91A8E389F.MOV
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